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The Locomotive Inn, City Road, Stoke-on-Trent

The old Locomotive Inn was on City road in Stoke, close to the Trent & Mersey Canal. The site has been buried beneath the A500 Queensway. At the time of the photograph, the building was a builder's merchants....

Social Centre for the Blind, City Road, Fenton

This social centre was built in the early 1960s adjacent tom the city workshops for the blind on City Road. The building still stands but is now a day nursery.

Lime Street, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking southwards along Lime Street, with Boothen Old Road off to the left. Nicholls Street crosses hallway down, where the building juts out. The houses this side of Nicholls Street were ...

James Street, Boothen, Stoke-on-Trent

This view along James Street is from the junction with London Road. The Street had a number of large detached and semi detached houses on the left hand side by 1900, mostly obscured by the trees. The ...

Frank Street from London Road, Stoke-on-Trent

the camera is looking up Frank Street from close to the junction with London Road in Stoke. At the top is Liddle Street and behind, the houses on Hunters Way. On the left is a typical corner shop and ...

Fenton Collieries from Derry Stree, Fenton

This was the view from Derry Street, a short street running north off Grove Road looking north east towards Fenton. To the right are the chimneys and winding gear of Glebe Colliery and Brickworks, now ...

Derry Street, Fenton

This is the part of Derry Street that lies south of Grove Road in Fenton. The photograph was taken looking south from Grove Road. Bourne Street crosses in the centre, with Tweed Street at the bottom. ...

Conway Pottery, Park Lane, Fenton

The Conway Pottery was established in 1930 and produced earthenware, especially white cups.

Brakespeare Street chapel and infants' school, Goldenhill

A Roman Catholic school-chapel was built in Brakespeare Street, then called John Street, in1871, with extensions in the 1880s. Garbett Street (then called Church Street) is at the far end. The building ...

Boughey Street, Stokeon-Trent

Looking up Boughey Street from its junction with London Road. At the top is Liddle Street and behind, the houses on Hunters Way. Boughey Street was first laid out in the 1880s, with just then first few ...

Blessed William Southerne School, Pittshill, Tunstall

Blessed William Southerne County Secondary School was opened in 1957 on Little Chell Lane. In 1980 the school was renamed St Margaret Ward's Catholic School. It is now an academy.

The Workshop for the Blind, City Road, Fenton

The Workshops for the Blind stood back off the north side of City Road between Standard Street and Elsing Street. The main building and the detached house (Sanderson House) on the right still stand. Travers ...

Market Street, Fenton

The camera is looking west along what was Market Street towards Victoria Square in Fenton. Market Street, with some modification, has become King Street. The properties on both sides of the road have ...

Beardmore's old pottery, City Road, Fenton

This photograph was taken looking westwards from close to the corner of Fountain Street and City Road. On the left is Frank Beardmore's old Sutherland Pottery, dating from 1901, although the works had ...

The gates to Fenton Manor

These are the gates at the entrance lodge to the old Fenton Manor House. They stood at the end of the drive which lead from City Road and stood roughly where the present road to Fenton Manor Sports Centre ...

Fenton Library

Some of the book stacks inside Fenton Library which was on Baker Street, at the corner of Glebedale Road. Financed with £5,000 from the Andrew Carnegie Trust, the library opened in 1906 with over 2,000 ...

Fenton Library

Bert Bentley entitled this as "A satisfied client". Inside Fenton Public Library on Baker Street, at the corner of Glebedale Road. The building dates from 1906 and was one of the libraries built with ...

Fenton Library

In the entrance hall alcove was this wall painting: "Read that you may learn". The library was one of over 600 free public libraries built in the UK with money from the Andrew Carnegie Trust. Andrew Carnegie ...